EERC Reports & Publications

Our research and evaluation expertise is reflected in the following documents:

A Review of the Literature on Informal Learning ReportsConsortium for Healthcare Education Online (CHEO) Reports
Adult College Completion Project ReportsClark State Community College Advanced Manufacturing in a Global Economy
Co-location of American Job Centers on Community College Campuses in North CarolinaEvaluation of the Community Health Worker Program Reports
Colorado Helps Advanced Manufacturing Program (CHAMP) ReportsNew Jersey Health Professions Pathways to Regional Excellence Project (NJ-PREP)
The Colorado Online Energy Training Consortium (COETC) ReportsRichland College Veterans-Focus Engineering Technology Project
Colorado Sector Strategy Evaluation Case StudiesPost-Graduate Earnings, Job Security, and Major Choice Survey

 


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A Review of the Literature on Informal Learning Reports

The review examines the numerous ways that informal learning occurs, the benefits and drawbacks of these different forms of informal learning, and the implications for equity. View more details.

Adult College Completion Project Reports

The overarching goal of this program is to shift policies and practices within the Workforce Investment System towards the goal of promoting college completion as a possibility for short-term training for clients and to conduct research to determine what difference college completion makes for both client and performance outcomes in the workforce system. View more details.

Co-location of American Job Centers on Community College Campuses in North Carolina

This study examines student outcomes at six community colleges in North Carolina that had co-located AJCs on their campuses. View more details.

Colorado Helps Advanced Manufacturing Program (CHAMP) Reports

Rutgers Education and Employment Research Center (EERC) is participating as the third-party evaluator for the duration of this grant. EERC will identify critical measures of program implementation and evaluate how successfully outlined project goals are being met. View more details

The Colorado Online Energy Training Consortium (COETC) Reports

Rutgers Education and Employment Research Center (EERC) is participating as the third-party evaluator for the duration of this grant. EERC will identify critical measures of program implementation and evaluate how successfully outlined project goals are being met. View more details

Colorado Sector Strategy Evaluation Case Studies

The 10 case studies below were developed by the Center for Women and Work (CWW) at Rutgers University as part of their program evaluation of the Colorado SECTORS Initiative grants. View more details

Consortium for Healthcare Education Online (CHEO) Reports

Rutgers Education and Employment Research Center (EERC) is participating as the third-party evaluator for the duration of this grant. EERC will identify critical measures of program implementation and evaluate how successfully outlined project goals are being met. View more details

Clark State Community College Advanced Manufacturing in a Global Economy

Rutgers Education and Employment Research Center (EERC) is participating as the third-party evaluator for the duration of this grant to develop and reform curriculum to create stackable credentials, improve opportunities for hands-on learning, improve student recruitment and advising, and expand employer engagement. View more details

Evaluation of the Community Health Worker Program Reports

The CHW training focuses on health education, health promotion, as well as specific skills for work in underserved, low income and/or non-English speaking communities. View more details

New Jersey Health Professions Pathways to Regional Excellence Project (NJ-PREP)

Rutgers Education and Employment Research Center (EERC) is participating as the third-party evaluator for the duration of the grant to develop career pathways, increase opportunities for hands-on learning, improve student preparation, improved student career awareness and advising, and expand employer engagement. View more details

Richland College Veterans-Focus Engineering Technology Project

Rutgers Education and Employment Research Center (EERC) is participating as the third-party evaluator for the duration of the grant to develop and reform curriculum based on industry standards, improve opportunities for hands-on learning, implement student navigator model, recruit students, especially veterans and their families, and expand employer engagement. View more details

Post-Graduate Earnings, Job Security, and Major Choice Survey

Consistent with this goal, this project examines the following overarching research question: To what extent does earnings information influence students’ earnings expectations and major choice among students? To what extent does this vary by socioeconomic background? View more details